Sport Injury

Being physically active can put you at risk for sports injuries. It's important to take injuries seriously and seek treatment as soon as possible. Located in Atlanta, GA, and serving patients in surrounding areas like Midtown, Buckhead, Smyrna, West Midtown, and Mableton, Back To Basics offers sports rehabilitation services. With the help of a chiropractor, you'll be able to recover from your injury and return to the activities you love. 


Why People Seek Sports Injury Treatment

Sports injuries won't always heal on their own, especially if the injury isn't treated. Many people experience long-term pain or mobility limitations as a result of injuries. People seek treatment for a wide range of injuries, including: 

  • Sprains and strains: Strains happen when ligaments or muscles are injured. In some cases, muscles or ligaments may tear. Knee and ankle sprains are among the most common sports injuries.
  • Tendinitis: Many sports, like golf and tennis, involve repetitive movements. This can cause tendons to become inflamed, leading to injuries like golfers or tennis elbows.
  • Plantar fasciitis: Repetitive stress or strain on the plantar fascia, a band of tissue on the bottom of your foot, can cause pain and inflammation. This condition can make it difficult to run or even walk. 
  • Slipped or bulging discs: The vertebrae in your spine are separated by gel-filled discs. If you fall or are injured while playing sports, those discs could move out of place or burst open, leading to back pain.

What a Sports Injury Chiropractor Can Do to Help

While you might be eager to get back to playing your favorite sports, your body needs a chance to rest and recover. When you see a chiropractor, we won't just help you manage your injury symptoms. Instead, we will take the time to diagnose your injury and provide treatment that will put you on the path toward recovery. 

Chiropractic techniques like spinal manipulation can help to restore balance to the body, boosting the body's natural healing process. Other therapies, including myofascial release and soft tissue techniques, can increase blood flow near your injury, easing pain and inflammation. 

Sports rehabilitation exercises are also a part of the recovery process. Not only can these exercises help injured athletes during the recovery process, but they can also help athletes avoid injuries after they're fully healed. The right exercises can boost strength while increasing flexibility and range of motion.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Chiropractor in Atlanta, GA

Call Back to Basics today at (404) 351-1800 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor. 


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